Math Department

Math TEACHERS

  • Teacher's Name
    • Ms. Tamayo
    • Specialty:
      Math
  • Teacher's Name
  • Teacher's Name
    • Mr. Santiago
    • Specialty:
      Math
  • Teacher's Name
    • Mr. Chavez
    • Specialty:
      Math

Monthly Archives: November 2017


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University of Waterloo visits CISM

The University of Waterloo in Canada visited CISM to conduct a seminar about problem solving strategies in Mathematics. The workshop was conducted by Professor Pretti, a faculty at The Center for Education in Mathematics and Computing of UWC.

This rare opportunity introduced techniques and strategies in problem solving which are helpful for students to think out-of-box that is beneficial for any student who wants to pursue IB Diploma Programme.

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Maximizing Google Classroom

Google Classroom’s purpose is to facilitate paperless communication between teachers and students and streamline educational workflow. Classroom allows teachers to create classes, post assignments, organize folders, and view work in real-time.

One of the best features is that Classroom is fully integrated with all other Google apps, so students and teachers can share information with one another instantaneously instead of having to hop through various hurdles to submit work. This simplifies certain functions in apps, too: For example, Google Docs would no longer require the use of the nefarious “Doctopus” function to create duplicate copies for students.

Students can begin their work with just one click, by viewing the assignment then opening a Google Doc. When they do this, teachers have a real-time view into student progress and can offer feedback along the way. Students each have their own Google Drive folder that allows students and teachers perpetual access to previous work, and educators can even assign grades within Classroom.

In short, Google Classroom offers a one-stop platform for facilitating digital production, workflow, and communication between teachers and students. Like other Google apps, it is available for free to schools, has no ads, and never uses student or teacher content for advertising purposes.

With these, always maximize the use of your Google Classroom accounts, especially that Semester 1 Finals is just a few weeks away. :)

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Dragons Triumph in ICAS – Math

The Math Department is pleased to announce that the following students have received commendations for winning in the 2017 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) Mathematics organized by Educational Assessment Australia which was held on August 12, 2017.

Name Grade Level AWARD
  1. Marquisha Vianna T. Ngu
3 Credit 
  1. Sebastian David N. Tan
3 Merit 
  1. Samantha May C. Sytin
3 Credit 
  1. Johanna Valerie N. Holaysan
4 Credit 
  1. Fernando Joaquin G. Marques
4 Credit 
  1. Selina L. Go
4 Distinction 
  1. Huimei Yang
4 Credit 
  1. Martin C. Laude
4 Credit 
  1. Miles Boei  T. Ng
4 Credit 
  1. Hailey Elizabeth Q. Yap
4 Credit 
  1. Ethan Bryce D. Lao
4 Distinction 
  1. Anthony Lawrence T. Quach
5 Credit 
  1. Vince Leonard T. Quach
5 Credit 
  1. Emma Hoesen
5 Merit 
  1. Ji Won Shin
5 Distinction 
  1. Hriday Saini
5 Credit 
  1. Maria Beatriz  M. Ong
5 Merit 
  1. Mia Francesca G. Barrera
5 Credit 
  1. Malaya Qaayle L. Katigbak
5 Credit 
  1. Sebastien George S. Cheung
6 Credit 
  1. Brian Martin A. Muñoz
6 Credit 
  1. Nathan L. Go
6 Credit 
  1. Erich A. Paredes
6 Credit 
  1. Jeong-Hyeon Park
6 Credit 
  1. Tatiana Delphine Y. Sy
6 Credit 
  1. Avyukta Chowdhury
7 Merit 
  1. Andreanna Patrice T. Chua
7 Merit 
  1. Pranay Saini
7 Credit 
  1. Kang Kim
7 Credit 
  1. John Rafael B. Sytin
7 Credit 
  1. Alexander Jaime S. Bennett
7 Credit 
  1. Yoo Jin Sohn
7 Credit 
  1. Seongyeon Kim
8 Distinction 
  1. Annika C. Laude
9 Merit 
  1. Enzo De Jong
9 Credit 
  1. Deniz P. Dagtas
9 Credit 
  1. Maximillian Alexander C. Go
10 Credit 
  1. Ronan G. Uy
10 High Distinction 
  1. Matthew Lawrence C. Tan
10 Merit 
  1. Kun Kim
10 High Distinction 
  1. Paola De Jong
11 Credit 
  1. Regina Justine K. Ang
11 Distinction 
  1. Sabine Noelle C. Chan
11 Credit 

Congratulations!!!

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IB Learner Profile: Balanced

Final Examination for the first semester is coming up. It is expected that every student is ruffling through their notes and catching up with requirements. However, do not forget the other aspects of your student’s life. As a student, academics is not the only priority. You should be a well-rounded holistic learner.  A holistic learner is somebody who is able to balance the different facets of your life.

Time management is an important skill that you have to acquire in order to fulfill all your responsibilities  not only as a student but also an individual. Make sure that you allot certain times of the day to do different activities.

–Mr.Chavez–

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